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Chicken plate sale is today
The Original St. John United Holy Church of Zebulon will have a chicken plate sale at 11 a.m. until sold out Saturday, June 14 at the corner of Black Creek Road and U.S. 301 at the Shell station. Plates are $8 each and will include grilled chicken, boiled potatoes or corn, string beans, bread and dessert.
Upward Soccer Camp starts Monday
LUCAMA — Spring Hill Presbyterian Church, 7335 Springfield School Road, will have Upward Soccer Camp from 6-9 p.m., Monday, June 17 through Friday, June 21. Supper will be provided for parents as well. Registration is $5 per child. Registration takes place Monday.
For more information, call John Bailey at 252-205-6957, Linda Barnes at 919-284-3500 or Greg Gregory at 252-292-3097. Participants can also register online at https:registration.upward.org/UPW68525.
Conservative men’s breakfast planned
There will be a free conservative men’s breakfast at 6:45 a.m. Wednesday, June 19 at Tabernacle Baptist Church, 1815 Airport Blvd. W.
To RSVP, visit the Wilson County Republican Party Facebook events page at https://www.facebook.com/WilsonCountyRepublicanParty/ or call Mick Rankin at 757-589-4521 or email email@example.com.
Daniel family reunion is June 23
BLACK CREEK — Descendants of the late James and Elaphair Daniel will hold a family reunion at 1 p.m. Sunday, June 23, at the Black Creek Community Building on Privette Street. Attendees are asked to take a picnic lunch.
For more information, call Glenda Barnes at 252-243-3350, Betty Jo Greene at 252-230-9316, Debbie Bass at 252-290-5775 or Jean Collier at 252-237-9100.
Bridge club announces results
Wilson Duplicate Club winners for June 11 are Carolyn Griffin and Helen Pazsek, first; Nancy Thompson and Sim Wooten, second; Sally and Tom Cozart, third; Betty Banks and Frank Eagles, fourth; Carolyn Harmon and Phyllis Winstead, fifth; and Martha Walston and Louise Watson, sixth.
Winners for June 13 are Lynda Land and Frank Eagles, first; Betty Banks and Mabel Gray Henry, second; Nancy Thompson and Ann Ipock, third; and Carolyn Harmon and Beverly Wells, fourth.
— From staff reports